1 Raffles Boston Back Bay Hotel & Residences
Scheduled to begin in late 2022, the opening marks the Raffles Singapore Hotel’s first property in North America and the 16th Raffles worldwide. Conveniently located next to Boston’s Back Bay train station in the heart of the city’s most prestigious neighborhood, the 35-story hotel will be LEED Gold certified and feature interiors inspired by the neighborhood’s iconic brown stones. Guests can choose from 147 opulent rooms and 146 branded residences, as well as six F&B outlets, including a sky bar. Hotel highlights include the Raffles Butler, a two-story lobby perched above Copley Square, a state-of-the-art Raffles Spa with 20-meter indoor pool, a stunning rooftop terrace with garden and lounge, and 8 000 square feet of meeting space and pre-function space.
2 Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City
If you’re planning on hosting a big business event, the long-awaited Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City, slated to open in fall 2022, is worth considering. Connected to the Salt Palace Convention Center, the 25-story hotel offers an impressive, refined 60,000 square foot meeting space featuring 31 meeting rooms, a Regency Ballroom with stunning views, and a technology-equipped broadcast lounge where you can can broadcast video feeds of the main event. Boasting floor-to-ceiling windows offering stunning views of the downtown skyline and surrounding snow-capped mountains, the 700-room hotel also offers a rooftop event terrace with stunning mountain views. A heated outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center with Peloton equipment and easy access to skiing provide a fitness break for business executives.
3 LaSalle Chicago, Autograph collection
Located in the heart of Chicago’s Financial District, The LaSalle Chicago is located in one of the city’s largest banks, a historic building that has been elegantly transformed into a stunning hotel. Scheduled to open in February, this elegant hotel located 21 floors above street level features 232 rooms with luxury walk-in showers, stately decor and museum-quality artwork. Business travelers can take advantage of over 7,600 square feet of event space ranging from intimate spaces within spaces designed for privacy and exclusivity. Experience fine dining at Grill on 21, a modern take on the classic American grill concept, before working out in the hotel’s expansive gym equipped with TechnoGym and Peloton bikes, and unwinding at spa.
4 Conrad Los Angeles
Located right in the heart of Downtown LA’s Arts District, the Conrad Los Angeles will be part of The Grand LA mixed-use development when it opens in the spring, giving guests access to an abundance of shopping and dining. . The 28-story luxury property has 305 guest rooms each with floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as a rooftop terrace and pool overlooking downtown LA, a library, spa, and state-of-the-art gym. The restaurants will reflect the Conrad’s commitment to wellness, while its 12,000 square feet of high-tech meeting and event space will meet all business demands.
5 Six Sens New York
If you’re looking for an oasis of calm and relaxation right in the middle of the city, look no further than wellness-focused Six Senses New York, which will mark the brand’s North American debut when it opens at the end of 2022. It is also the first time that the brand has brought its concept of well-being to the city. Housed in a unique building consisting of two winding towers, designed by world-renowned architect Bjarke Ingels, the 132-room hotel is beautifully situated between the Hudson River and the High Line in Manhattan, offering guests panoramic views from its Windows. Wellness reigns supreme at Six Senses at the signature spa that offers everything from Ayurveda to immunity-boosting and medical well-being, while two restaurants serve fresh, seasonal, healthy, and local fare.
6 Thompson Denver
Taking advantage of its location in the Rocky Mountains, the 216-room Thompson Denver luxury boutique hotel is expected to offer a chic, upscale mountain lodge when it opens in early 2022. While its solarium offers Alpine-inspired dishes as well as seasonal cocktails, its main restaurant Chez Maggy, run by the famous “French chef of America” Ludo Lefebvre, offers French cuisine influenced by Colorado. There is also a billiard library and a whiskey room. Conveniently located in the heart of vibrant LoDo, the hotel is both a short drive from Denver International Airport and close to Union Station and the Colorado Convention Center. The hotel’s meeting and event spaces are also full of character, offering guests customizable layouts.
7 Hotel Barrière Le Fouquet’s New York
Group Barriere is bringing its chic five-star Parisian hotel to New York with the spring opening of Hotel Barrière Le Fouquet’s New York in Tribeca – Manhattan’s mecca for literature and art lovers. Like its legendary sister on the Champs-Elysées in Paris, this hotel will offer high-end, authentic and personalized service. With 96 well-appointed rooms and suites, the eight-story hotel will also offer intimate dining and lounges and state-of-the-art amenities, including a private spa, swimming pool, screening room and state-of-the-art board. . rooms.
8 Nobu Atlanta
Nobu Hotels brings its modern luxury and minimal Japanese tradition to Georgia with the opening of Nobu Atlanta in the summer of 2022. As part of a mixed-use project, Phipps Plaza, home to a 90,000 fitness center Life Time and 12-story luxury office buildings, Nobu Atlanta will feature its signature room style that blends old-world Japanese influences with ultra-modern design as well as private social functions and special event spaces. ‘business. And of course, its world-famous Nobu restaurant is guaranteed to wow with its new Japanese cuisine – think Black Cod Miso and Rock Shrimp Tempura – and its inventive cocktails.
9 Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences Minneapolis
Business meets pleasure at the centrally located Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences Minneapolis, located right atop Nicollet Mall, the city’s pedestrian thoroughfare and a few blocks from the Mississippi River. The 34-story establishment, slated to open in mid-2022, offers 222 hotel rooms, including 39 suites, and a unique collection of 34 exclusive private residences, all offering breathtaking views of the river or river. skyline. A spa complex includes seven treatment rooms, while the fourth-floor pool plaza offers one of the city’s largest pool decks with alfresco dining and stunning downtown views. Discover new cuisine from award-winning local chef Gavin Kaysen and expect the signature five-star service and warmth of the Four Seasons. And when it comes to business, you’ll be spoiled for choice with 16,500 square feet of flexible, high-tech event space.
10 The Line Hotel, San Francisco
LINE Hotel has already brought its chic boutique property to Los Angeles, DC and Austin to San Francisco, and like these, The Line Hotel, San Francisco takes inspiration from the neighborhood in which it is located. World-renowned architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group is behind the flat iron-inspired building design which is a contemporary translation of the region’s historic architecture. Located at the intersection of Union Square, Tenderloin and South of Market, the 12-story, 236-room hotel will bring its ultramodern aesthetic to the city in early 2022. The hotel will house four restaurants, including a downstairs bar. of the road. and restaurant, as well as a nightclub and a rooftop solarium with panoramic views of the city.